Courteney Cox and Johnny McDaid will be having a traditional Irish Christmas together this year, according to reports.
Courteney Cox has reportedly invited her ex-husband and his fiancée over for Christmas dinner.
The former Friends actress and David Arquette filed for divorce in 2012 after almost two years of separation, but have remained on good terms since then for the sake of their daughter Coco, ten.
Both stars have moved on, with Courteney currently engaged to Snow Patrol rocker Johnny McDaid and David set to wed entertainment reporter Christina McLarty, with whom he has baby son Charlie. And Courteney is apparently keen to get them all together this Christmas.
“Courteney wants Coco to spend the day with both her parents. She’s told David and Christina they are welcome for Christmas dinner. She’s hoping they can make it,” an insider told British magazine Closer.
But the brunette beauty and her musician beau will have some time to themselves as well. As this is their first Christmas together, Courteney is apparently keen to go all out, inviting Johnny’s family over from Ireland to join them for a customary celebration. There may even be a bigger event in store, too.
“She wants a traditional Irish day and is planning to bake an Irish Christmas cake with Guinness, Irish soda bread with smoked salmon, and black pudding,” the source explained. “There are even rumours Courteney and Johnny might throw a surprise wedding over Christmas to celebrate them as a couple.”
Coco could be in for a treat too, as it was recently reported dad David splashed out on a Dazzling Black & White Ring from brand Yvel. The piece is said to be worth $11,500 and David is said to have even gone as far as re-merchandising some of the jewellery cases.
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Saturday, 20. December 2014